Vector Legal Method is one of four local companies selected to participate in Techstars' inaugural Kansas City class. Startland News' Bobby Burch quoted Techstars' Managing Director, Lesa Mitchell as saying how "blown away" the selection committee was with the local Kansas City companies chosen to participate in the mentor-led program. Vector Legal Method is looking forward to continuing to impress the folks at Techstars and working closely with top-notch mentors during the three-month intensive, hands-on program period.
Techstars, one of the world's leading startup accelerators, has selected Vector Legal Method as one of 10 companies to participate in their first ever Kansas City class. Fewer than 1% of the companies that apply to Techstars are accepted and Vector Legal Method is extremely honored to be given this opportunity. Over the course of a three-month period, Vector will work hands on with a select group entrepreneurs, experts, mentors, and corporate partners as we continue to build and deliver the legal industry's premier litigation case management solution.
Vector Legal Method was prominently featured in the Spring 2017 issue of the University of Kansas School of Law magazine. Practicing attorneys, Ryan Hudson, Scott Kaiser, and Brennan Fagan, along with Vector's CEO Thadd Hale and co-founder Corbett Mermis were featured in the issue's cover story which highlighted the challenges attorneys face with current litigation practices and the benefits provided by Vector's litigation case management software-as-a-service solution.
Box, a leading cloud-based document management solution has selected Vector Legal Method for their first class of participants in the Box Platform Incubator Program. The Box Platform Incubator Program is designed to help companies like Vector Legal Method build, launch, and scale solutions that leverage the Box Platform and Amazon Web Services (AWS) in their software products. As part of the program, Vector Legal Method will receive hands-on product and go-to-market strategy and support from Box Platform and AWS experts.
Vector Legal Method was one of five companies selected to receive grant dollars from Digital Sandbox KC. Digital Sandbox KC, developed through a one-time i6 grant from the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Agency, has as its mission is to accelerate the commercialization of new ideas and promote business and job growth in the Kansas City region. The Digital Sandbox grant will help Vector Legal Method bridge the developmental gap by providing critical funding for design work and top technical talent retention.